Gateway to the Heavens: Pt. 1: How Simple Shapes Mould Reality and the Fabric of Your Being (Paperback)
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Short Description for Gateway to the Heavens: Pt. 1 Using clear English, numerous examples and illustrations the meaning and purpose of a few simple geometric shapes is explained, how they mould reality and our perception of it. The culmination is their combination as a powerful, unified model using sacred geometry that is known as the 'Gateway to the Heavens'.
- Published: 01 January 2008
- Format: Paperback 224 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780955725609 ISBN 10: 0955725607
- Sales rank: 350,350
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Reviews for Gateway to the Heavens: Pt. 1
Reviews media and from readers provided by the publisher
'Through this book Karen French shares a personal view on the nature of sacred geometry ... those looking for a comprehensive reference book on the subject will I am sure find what they are looking for in this compilation.' Paradigm Shift magazine, June 2009
'This interesting book explores the basic shapes and patterns that have always been the fundamental matrix of the natural world ... It is a fascinating book ... Circles, squares, triangles, crosses and spirals will never seem the same again.' www.pilgrimsmindbodyspirit.co.uk
'The attentive audience was enthralled by Karen's introduction to the principals of this truly multi-dimensional topic ... The energy in the room, by the end of the evening, was well and truly charged!' Inspired Events, Feb 2009
'...This book, the first of four, is a great way at looking at the concepts and ideas of our world and giving an understanding about how it affects our daily lives.' South West Connection magazine (Issue No.81 April/July 2008)
'Author Karen French offers us a totally different and refreshing perspective on viewing the world, nature as well as man-made items. Her exhaustive research shows the universality of shapes and symbols; an encouraging reminder that seemingly disparate cultures share the same human traits.' journalist Nancy White, Canada - Jan 2008
The famous Watkins book shop in Charing Cross, London, did a great review in Autumn/Winter 2008 edition of the 'Watkins Review'
'I really enjoyed dipping into this book!' Mark Thornton, Mostly Books (book shop), Abingdon
A selection of readers reviews:
'A very compelling book, full of very interesting concepts and ideas - the style, content and way it is written make for an insightful, inspiring and enjoyable read.'
Cecelia Anne Sadek
'Elegantly written and thought provoking, drawing together the unifying elements across cultures and time.' C Christensen
'A great book to understand the significance of the sacred geometry that underpins
many aspects of our daily lives.' Emma Lintern
'An important book of substance and discovery' Valerie Anthony, Potential Unlimited
'Absolutely fascinating, and when you think about it a little more it's amazing to realise that there are all these patterns and links all around us everyday.' Karen Arnott
'Such a unique book! A way of looking at the world that I have never considered before.' Sarah Millar (Canada)
'Fantastic!' R Hill by K L French